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PBS
Dec 27, 2011 11:00pm PST
>> funding for overheard with evan smith is provided in part by hillco partners, texas government affairs consultancy and its global health care ccnsulting business unit, hilllo health. and by the mattson mchale foundation in support of and also by mfi foundation, improving the quality of llfe within our community. and also by the alice kleberg reynoldssfouudation and viewers like you. thank you. >> i've evan smith, he's a comedian, satirist, and new yorker contributor whose fake news website and accompanying social media extensions should be at the top of the most reads..3 his new book is the 50 funny jess writers, this is andy >>ropitz, overherd. >> i would do that when i wanted to get that -- that buzz you get from wwrking at the absolute top dollar -- [laughter] >> smith: andy borowitz, welcome. >> borowitz: thanks for >> smith: nice -- nice to have you here. can we start picking on the list? right away? right off the bat? >> borowitz: yes, yes. be combative please. >> smith: i will be absolutely combative. now i want to say before i &-introduction to the listou that it's not
PBS
Dec 6, 2011 11:00pm PST
>> funding for overheard is provided in part by hillco partners. texas government affairs global see. and by the matson mchale ffundation and mfi foundation improving the quality of life within our community. aad also by the alice kleburg reynolds foundation and viewers like you. thank you. >> hi, i'm evan smith. he's andrew card. of services. this is "overheard." >> most americans want the same thing. they want a good job. >> i realize there weren't a lot of people writing things >> he said, kid, i love you because. >> we're a better country than ♪ aughter] >> mr. secretary, welcome. >> great to be with you, evan. >> nice to have you here, sir. >> e have just passed the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and & of invasion in afghanistan. i wonder if you cannreflect on the last 10 years from your perspective, aa somebbdy that participated in those years. >> president obama came to office with no expectation to fight a war and had no expectation that america would be attacked. so september 11, 2001, really did change the administration. it changed america, it changed the world, it certai
PBS
Dec 20, 2011 11:00pm PST
>> funding for overheard with evan smith is provided in part bb hhllco partners, texas government affairs consultancy and its global health care consulting business unit, hillco health. and by the mattson mchale public television. and also by mfi foundation, improving the quality of life within our community. and also by the alice kleberg reynolds foundation thank you. >> i'm evan smith. he recently stepped down as the executive editor of the "new york times" after more thaa eight years in that highest of all high impact which time the paper won 18 pull it's certify prizes. he seems to be falling into fine as an op ed columnist, a blogger and a tweeter. he's bill keller. this is overheard. >> smith: bill keller, welcome. nice to be here. >> smith: very nice to see you. may, may we start broad and talk about the newspaper business? >> keller: you starr wherever you want. >> smith: okay, good. so circulation across the industry is down. revenues are down. competition is greater than ever. would you just end the suspense for all of us and tell uu how thissmovie ends? i think we're al
PBS
Dec 3, 2011 4:00pm PST
." >> i'll tell you about some texas teens who share an extraordinary gift. >> coming up, i'll show you how to go from the fleece of a sheep to the wool of a scarf. >> that and lots more, right now on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. here's our top story for this week. >> it's no secret that american teens need to get healthier. but that can be a challenge, especially because a lot of us like eating in places where food is fast and cheap. nicole tells us why some fast food can be a fast route to health problems later in life. >> i like cheeseburgers and fries. >> i'd have to say french fries. i like french fries. >> if i could find a really good hamburger... >> my favorite fast food would be onion rings because they're just really delicious. >> it tastes great, and it's pretty affordable. so what's the problem? >> well, there is a problem, but only if we're eating too often in fast-food restaurants, or we're making choices that aren't as healthy for us in a fast-food restaurant. yes, notoriously, fast food can be high in fat, calories, sod
PBS
Dec 14, 2011 5:00am PST
>> funding for overheard with evvn smith is provided in part by hillco partners, texas govvrnment affairs consultancy and its global health care consulting business unit, hillco health. and by the mattson mchale foundation in support of ppblic television. and also by mfi foundation, improving the quality of liff within our community. and also by the alice kleberg reynolds foundation and viewers like you. thank you. -> i'm evan smith. he's a veteran political years at the washington post and eleven years as a senior news analyst at nattooal pubbic radio. he's now a political analyst for fox news. his books include the best-seller eyes on the prize: america's civil rights years, 1954-1965 and the recently published muzzled the assault on hooest debate. he's juan williams. this is overheard. ♪ >> smith: juaa williams, wwlcome. >> williams: evan, good to be with you. >> smith: very nice to have you here and congratulations &->> williams: ttank you, sir. >> smith: could you tell us what happened that was the genesis of this? would the book have been written, although the point is a g
PBS
Dec 2, 2011 7:00pm PST
in panhandles of oklahoma as well as texas. further out towards the east, things looking more settled. temperatures not too bad. d.c., 14 for pup 18 in atlanta. just in double figures in new york at 11. 5 in toronto and a warm day in winnipeg at. 2 in denver and low 20s in houston as well as mexico city. okay. now to europe. storm after storm keeps coming through the british isles. and during your day on friday, you can see there is a very well-developed system just about to move into the british isles and you can just tell how strong that wind is going to be. so gaels continuing since last week, really, right across the north. as for the precipitation in the baltic states, rain changing over to snow by the time it hits western russia, and down to the southeast, not too bad here actually. a little warmer than it has been in the past weeks. athens up to 18 degrees on your saturday. 17 for rome, and 12 in paris. 12 in london as well. and vienna, meanwhile, looking a lot cooler. 69 in berlin and 5 for the high in stockholm. here is your extended forecast. >> that's our broadcast for this
PBS
Dec 12, 2011 6:00pm PST
in texas are among the last to return home from iraq. the families of the returning soldiers are waiting anxiously, just a few kilometers away. amongst them, lori henley and her children. >> we are so excited. it has been a long year. there's nothing as exciting as knowing that they are coming home to stay this time. ♪ >> it has been 10 long months since sergeant troy saw his wife and children. >> feels good to be back home. no complaints. ready to get home, now. >> president barack obama promise to put an end to the iraq war as soon as possible as part of his campaign. >> today, i can report that as promised, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america pause war in iraq will be over. >> nearly 4000 u.s. troops lost their lives in the war. the campaign cost washington more than $1 trillion. no weapons of mass destruction were found in the country. the united states public's opinion of the war in iraq has changed significantly. >> polls show that the average american, across the board, more than two-thirds now believe it was a m
PBS
Dec 15, 2011 7:00pm PST
.s. some showers are lingering, but oklahoma and texas should get drier on friday. across the west another round of coastal rain and mountain snow is moving into british columbia. temperature-wise we expect 6 degrees in vancouver and 8 in seattle dipping into the single digits and in toronto and warmer than average in new york and washington, d.c. let's go over to europe. a powerful low pressure system is moving through western europe bringing hefty showers. as the system moves eastward, precipitation spreading across most yourian countries in the next 24 hours. thunderstorms and hail are possible, and winds are a major concern as well. we have lots of warnings against the winds in effect across these original areas. gusts could top 100 kilometers per hour in many areas, and winds are creating very high waves aacross the coast of france as well as the iberian peninsula. even the western mediterranean is starting to see the conditions today, so if you're near a coast, watch out for flooding as well as the dangerous surf throughout friday. we expect 19 in lisbon, and still warmer than averag
PBS
Dec 19, 2011 7:00pm PST
. while in the south here across texas and towards oklahoma, showers and even some severe weather impacting the region. tonight it is on the move, however. looks like rain will spread into the mississippi valley as well as the midwest. chances of freezing rain. temperatures are starting to look pretty low in the area. for the pacific northwest it's british columbia that will be dealing with cold rain, freezing rain even as well as upper elevation snow. highs on tuesday looking at 3 in winnipeg and same in denver. 2 only in oklahoma city. that's going to be a big drop compared to monday. then east coast, 7 in new york. 9 in d.c. and reaching 17 degrees in atlanta. lastly, a look at europe. it is going to be a largely unsettled picture across the region. we do have scattered showers and thunderstorms for areas in the southern italy as well as the balkan peninsula while this long frontal system is looking to set into continental europe. it is bringing a round of showers and snow for upper elevations. the alpine area in particular will want to watch out for the possibility of heavy sn
PBS
Dec 21, 2011 6:30pm PST
the health care plan and forced the bills in texas to be injected with an std vaccine. >> question, does the first place showing in iowa mean winning the nomination? >> for ron paul, no, it does not, john. but a first-place showing in iowa from ron paul, which is a real possibility, would bring newt gingrich's surge outs of the water. gingrich would then get his first opportunity to win in south carolina, and even if he won that he hey not get the nomination this. would be dynamite because ron paul would get a normal national attention, he would rise in new hampshire, not to the point where he could beat romney but wipe out newt gingrich there. i think asset of mitt romney now is ron paul and i'm sure they're go, ron, go! >> i don't think it's ron paul's intention, but he is serving the republican establishment that wants to slow or stop newt gingrich. if ron paul wins in iowa, everybody will say isn't that nice? but he won't be nominee. there are two things you can say about ron paul, though. he is consistent, and he is principled. and once you understand those principles, you understan
PBS
Dec 7, 2011 10:30pm PST
. >> and rookie reporters. >> at billy bob's texas, you can always ride a bull, and i don't mean mechanical. >> people were calling us chicken noodle news and that we weren't real. but basically what they were trying to do is stop us any way they could. >> jan, where were you when cnn went on the air? >> i was the business editor of the "philadelphia inquirer." >> were you watching? >> yeah, yeah. i mean, ted turner is the ultimate news entrepreneur. i mean, he invented it, and i think a lot of people are following in his footsteps today. >> chris? >> i think the great thing about cnn, and it really hasn't been replicated, it's worldwide. i mean, we go to war, and the other side's watching cnn as we go to war. we don't have an msnbc. i wish we did. i wish one of the major broadcast nets would go international. we have the greatest thing in the world in our country--the english language. it's the greatest means of transmission known to man's history, the english language. it's everywhere. and we're not using it to transmit, at least, the way we look at things. >> we have some audience questi
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